Audubon Working in Your Community
With support from local communities and Audubon Society of Rhode Island members, Audubon protects the nature of Rhode Island for you.
Through land conservation, over 9,500 acres of permanently protected natural habitat for birds and wildlife offer miles of trails for hiking and wildlife observation to connect you with nature. We advocate both locally and at the State House on critical issues that protect our environment and promote policies that mitigate the impacts of climate change. Our environmental educators and naturalists provide year-round, hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for school children as well as the public.
The accomplishments listed in these Community Reports would not have been possible without our members and donors. Help us protect nature and support environmental education in your community by donating to Audubon today!
Discover the Audubon Impact in Your Community:
2023 Community Reports
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